BM7Vet is a multi-parameter touch screen veterinary monitor which boasts optional dual IBP modules, EtCO2 and anesthetic gas module, on top of standard ECG, Respiration, NIBP, Dual Temp and SpO2. 12.1″ wide color monitor of BM7Vet displays all the vital signs that you want in different colors.
BM5Vet is a multi-parameter veterinary monitor which boasts 2 IBP modules, 2 temperature modules and EtCO2 on top of ECG, respiration, NIBP and SpO2. 10.4″ color TFT screen of BM5Vet displays all the vital signs in different colors for easy recognition.
BM3Vet Touch is versatile, portable, and lightweight touch screen veterinary monitor specially designed to be used in vet surgery, treatment or cage areas. 8″ color touch monitor of BM3Vet Touch displays all the vital signs that you want in different colors to recognize each parameter easily.
BM1Vet is compact, lightweight multi-parameter portable veterinary monitor which features SpO2, NIBP, and temperature with optional EtCO2 with 4.3″ color TFT LCD in a compact package that weighs less than 2.5lbs
The Dual Gas module is a sidestream multi-gas analyzer measuring end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2) and one of five anesthetic agents (isoflurane, sevoflurane, enflurane, halothane and desflurane) with manual selection of the specific agent type.
BT-Link is a automated veterinary monitor software that enables you to interface Bionet veterinary monitors, including BM3Vet Touch and BM7Vet, directly to a Windows based computer. BT-Link can record the patient’s numeric data and waveforms in real time or retrieve the saved patient’s numeric data from the devices.
BT-Link Mobile is a veterinary monitor mobile app that enables you to monitor one of the multiple Bionet patient monitors connected in the same network, and receive alarms from the selected Bionet veterinary monitor (BM3Vet Touch and BM7Vet), directly to an Android smartphone.
B-Link is a veterinary monitor software program that enables you to interface Bionet veterinary monitors, including the BM1Vet, BM3Vet Next and BM5Vet, directly to Windows based computers. The patient data can be saved as a formatted text file or can be pasted directly into the electronic medical record.